May 20th 2013 4:55 pm


Laptop Magazine says:


The Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Mouse has a premium, yet comfortable feel that makes it a worthwhile accessory for Windows 8 devices. quote

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Critic reviews

3 reviews
  • Ergonomics / comfort
  • Design and form factor
  • Configurability
  • Accuracy
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4 reviews
PC World May 23, 2013

This model dispenses with the USB dongle in favor of Bluetooth wireless connectivity, making it the better choice for tablets such as Microsoft’s Surface that lack USB ports to accommodate a wireless dongle.

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Computer Shopper Aug 1, 2013

The Sculpt Comfort’s touch swiping complements Windows 8, but it isn't quite as useful in Windows 7. Right-handed Windows 8 users with a Bluetooth-enabled laptop should consider it; others, look elsewhere.

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Engadget May 23, 2013

While the Mobile Mouse has just the Start key and a scroll wheel, though, the bigger Comfort Mouse takes things a step further: the button there doubles as a capacitive surface you can swipe to toggle through open programs in Windows 8.

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Ars Technica May 23, 2013

The Sculpt Comfort Mouse has a blue strip down the left-hand side. Swiping up on the strip cycles through apps; swiping down reveals the Metro app task switcher. Clicking it takes you to the Start screen. The mouse connects to your PC using Bluetooth.

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franb franb

Features and expectations I've been a loyal Logitech mouse user for about 20 years (since I was a kid), so much so that I held on to my old LX7 long after it stopped working correctly. For the past year (yes, year) I've been looking for a replacement mouse that would meet the expectations and...

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MrZareba MrZareba

The biggest flaw of the mouse is the accuracy - I bought it because I wanted a good bluetooth mouse for graphic design (so Illustrator / Photoshop) because I'm not a fan of tablets. For a mouse that costs around 50$ in Europe it's horrible - it was never accurate , even on mouse pads...

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mrobo mrobo

-I got the complet with keyboard with mouse and on the mouse is missing option to use the mouse like bluetooth mouse (I want button for connecting to NB and not using the usb dongle)

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